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Acid Rain / Causes & Effects
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A 4 page research paper investigating different aspects of the global problem of acid rain. Includes the definition of acid rain, the fact that it reaches the earth in both wet and dry forms, the devastating effects across the world, the degree of the problem is specific geographic regions and what is being done about it. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Acid Rain: Effects on the Environment and Man
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A 5 page overview of the phenomenon of acid rain. Describes the phenomenon from a chemical standpoint emphasizing the role of sulfuric acid, chlorofluorocarbons, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and nitric acid. Relates the impacts which acid rain can have on the environment and on man. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Effects Of Acid Rain On Mid-Atlantic Trout Fishing
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A 7 page paper on trout fishing in the mid-Atlantic region. For years, the practice has played a vital role in the area's economy but man's own abuses have severely damaged the environment and killed off a significant amount of fish. The writer examines this problem, its occurrence, and how it occurs. The production of acid rain and how it disrupts the food web is of primary importance to this discussion. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Human Habitation and Acid Rain
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This 12 page report discusses the correlation between human habitation and the development of acid rain. Acid rain is defined as any form of wet precipitation that has a pH less than 5.6 (on a scale of 0 to 14, with 7 being neutral). The 'rain' becomes acidic when water molecules react with gases in the air. The acidic compounds that are the result of sulfur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere with water, oxygen, fall to the earth in either wet form (such as rain, snow, and fog or dry form (such as gas and particles). Winds blow such particles and gases onto all types of human and natural structures. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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The Contemporary Relevance of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring
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A six-page paper which briefly summarises the background to and main issues raised in Silent Spring. The writer considers the relevance of Carson’s work to ecological issues today, and considers how her theories can be applied to such areas as global warming, genetic engineering and BSE.
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